Who's flying your drone?
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Inertial navigation may be a bit less accurate, but if it gets through and the more potentially accurate ones don't, then it's just a matter of flying a few more for an improvement in the statistical chances of hitting things. They may even just point them in the right direction and time the flight, as the V1s did."An opposition group in Syria have found a way to programme drones to remotely fly to a given pre-programmed location, and then launch bombs, meaning they can evade traditional drone jamming techniques as no radio-control is involved. Big implications for a) asymmetrical warfare and b) terrorism.